DAT, Everfuel and Universal Hydrogen have signed an agreement that could see clean hydrogen fuelling air travel in Denmark by the end of 2025.
The companies today (September 20), revealed a collaborative agreement which will see them work together to bring into service a hydrogen-powered ATR 72-600 regional aircraft.
Anticipated to be used on select DAT routes in Denmark, it is hoped that DAT’s entire fleet will be converted to run on hydrogen by 2030.
H2 View understands, the collaboration plan to convert the ATR 27s, which can accommodate 56 passengers, using Universal Hydrogen technology, while Everfuel will produce green hydrogen to fuel the aircrafts using modular capsules, without the need for changes to existing airport infrastructure.
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